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First Name Last Name E-mail Telephone Institutionsort descending Area of Expertise Address 1 Address 2 City State ZIP
Mary Misquez mamisquez@ucdavis.edu 916 734-4637 UC Davis CHS, CHS All Stars 2000 Stockton Blvd suite 100 Sacramento California 95817
Alanna Chamberlain Chamberlain.Alanna@mayo.edu Mayo 1300 S. 2nd St, Suite 300 Minneapolis Minnesota 55454
Shannon Dunlay Dunlay.Shannon@mayo.edu Mayo N/A
Elizabeth Bell Bell.Elizabeth@mayo.edu Mayo cardiovascular disease epidemiology Minneapolis Minnesota
Amy Kelley amy.kelley@mssm.edu Icahn School of Medicine N/A
Sylvie Dobrota sylvied@stanford.edu Stanford epidemiology N/A
Annabel Xulin Tan annabelxtan@stanford.edu 650-723-6910 Stanford Aging, cardiovascular disease (CVD), cardiovascular disease epidemiology, Cardiovascular Health Study (CHS), hypertension 259 Campus Drive T254B Stanford California 94305
Cellas Hayes cahayes3@stanford.edu Stanford Aging, Alzheimer's diseae, alzheimers disease; risk factors; transition probabilities; progression, Alzheimer’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease related dementias (AD/ADRD), Cerebral small vessel disease; Endothelial function; Albuminuria; neurofilament lightchain, Cerebrovascular disease (CBD), Cerebrovascular disorders, cerebrovascular pathology, Cerebrovascular risk factors N/A
Hoda Abdel Magid hmagid@stanford.edu 5103046341 Stanford cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular disease (CVD), cardiovascular disease epidemiology, cardiovascular disease risk factors, case definition, case-control study, Coronary Heart Disease Risk, cross-sectional study, CV Epidemiology, Databases, datasets, demographics, drug utilization, Environmental epidemiology, environmental exposure, environmental tobacco smoke, Epidemiologic methods, epidemiological studies, epidemiology, exercise, health behaviors, health care utilization, health changes, health conditions, health disparities, health economics, health equity, health outcomes, health outcomes research, Health Services, multi-ethnic, multiple imputation, multivariate, neighborhood, neighborhood diet environment, neighborhood environment, Neighborhood socioeconomic status, neighborhoods, nested case-control study, neuroepidemiology, obesity, observational studies, occupation, Odds Ratio, outcomes, outcomes research, physical activity, physical fitness, quality of life (QOL), race, race/ethnicity, racial differences, risk assessment, risk factor, risk factor awareness, risk factor control, risk factor treatment, risk factors, Risk model, risk prediction, risk predictors, risk score, risk score analysis, Risk Selection, risk stratification, social determinants of health, SOCIAL FACTORS, social isolation, social network, social networks, SOCIAL SUPPORT, socioeconomic, socioeconomic factors, SOCIOECONOMIC INDICATORS, Socioeconomic status (SES), women, Women's Health 258 Campus Drive HRP Redwood Building T258 Stanford California 94305
Michelle Odden modden@stanford.edu 650-721-0230 Stanford Aged, Aged--80 and over, cardiovascular, chronic kidney disease, methods, Physical function HRP Redwood Building 150 Governor's Lane Stanford California 94305
Mintu Turakhia mintu@stanford.edu Stanford N/A
Robert Rusher rrusher1@jhmi.edu Johns Hopkins Medicine N/A
Morgan Grams mgrams2@jhmi.edu JHMI ckd, CKD-PC, clinical epidemiology N/A
Maryam Rafaqat Hussain mhussain@wustl.edu 832-871-8735 Washington University in Saint Louis Cardiovascular Health Study (CHS), coronary artery bypass graft, coronary heart disease (CHD) 4550 Scott Ave Saint Louis Missouri 63110
Yo-El Ju juy@neuro.wustl.edu Washington University in Saint Louis Alzheimer’s disease, neurology, obstructive sleep apnea, sleep, sleep apnea, sleep apnea symptoms, sleep deficiency, sleep deprivation, Sleep Disordered Breathing, Sleep disorders, sleep disturbances, sleep disturbances and incident dementia, sleep duration, sleep stability, Sleep-Disordered Breathing (SDB), sleepiness N/A
Edward Coverstone ecoverst@dom.wustl.edu Washington University in Saint Louis Cardiovascular Genetics N/A
Thomas Davidson tdavidson240@gmail.com 3143994116 Washington University in Saint Louis apnea, dementia, OSA, OSA 1621 North Geyer Rd Saint Louis Missouri 63131
Kent Taylor ktaylor@lundquist.org 310-561-0612 Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute coronary artery calcium, coronary artery disease, coronary atherosclerosis, coronary calcification, Cox Proportional Hazards, Cox regression, CVD events, data reduction, Databases, datasets, dbGaP, deep learning, diabetes, DNA methylation, DNA sequence, epigenomics, eQTL, ethnicity; diversity; prevention; cardiovascular;, exome chip, fasting glucose, fasting insulin, Fine-Gray method, Framingham risk scale, gene expression, Genetic analysis of cardiovascular-related traits, genetic factors (primary to CHS), genome wide association study, genotypes, glucose homeostasis, GWAS, hazard ratio, heart failure, heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, heart failure with reduced ejection fraction, heart failure; genetics, HOMA-B, HOMA-IR, impaired fasting glucose, incident CVD, incident diabetes, incident heart failure, Insulin resistance, Latent Class Analysis, latent variable models, left ventricular function, left ventricular hypertrophy, left ventricular mass, linear regression, logistic regression, Longitudinal Analysis, longitudinal change, LV, LV function, LV mass, LVH, Machine learning, MESA, Metabochip, metabolism, metabolomics, mitochondria, MRI, mtDNA, multi-ethnic, next-generation sequencing, NIDDM, non-insulin depend diabetes mellitus (NIDDM), obesity, omics, oral glucose tolerance test, pathogenic variants, pathway-based analysis, Polygenic Risk Scores, pre-diabetes, Principal components, Principal components adjustment, processing speed, proteomics, pulse pressure, pulse wave velocity, racial differences, Recursive partitioning, regularization, Sex-specific analysis, sparse partial least squares, Statistical methods, subclinical atherosclerosis, Subclinical vascular disease, Supervised learning, survival analysis, time-to-event regression, TOPMed, trajectories, trajectory, trans-ethnic., Type 2 diabetes, ventricular hypertrophy, ventricular size, ventricular volume, ventricular wall thickness, whole exome sequencing, whole gene sequencing (WGS) Institute for Translational Genomics and Population Sciences 1124 W. Carson Street Torrance California 90502
Jerome Rotter jrotter@labiomed.org 310 974-9501 Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute genome data, Genome-wide analysis, genome-wide association, genome-wide association analysis, genomics 1124 W. Carson Street Torrance California 90502
Matthew Budoff mbudoff@lundquist.org 3102224107 Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute atherosclerosis, CAC, coronary events 1124 W Carson Street Torrance California 90502
Kira Taylor kctayl04@louisville.edu 502-852-4063 University of Louisville cardiovascular disease epidemiology, genetic epidemiology, reproductive epidemiology 485 E Gray St Louisville Kentucky 40205
Erika Brutsaert ebrutsae@montefiore.org 917-232-7550 Albert Einstein College of Medicine/ Montefiore Medical Center diabetes 400 East 89th St Apt 11H New York New York 10128
Michael Miedema mdm307@mail.harvard.edu 612.863.3900 Minneapolis Heart Institute Cardiovascular Prevention 800 East 28th Street Minneapolis Minnesota 55431
Rudolf de Boer r.a.de.boer@umcg.nl 0031503612355 University Medical Center Groningen all-cause mortality, biomarkers, cardiology, cardiometabolic disease, cardiometabolic risk, cardiovascular death, echocardiography (ECHO), endothelial dysfunction, galectin-3, heart failure, heart failure outcomes, heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, heart failure with reduced ejection fraction, HFPEF, HFREF, incident heart failure, inflammation, myocardial fibrosis, NT-proBNP, SEX DIFFERENCES, troponin, vitamin D metabolism, Women's Health Hanzeplein 1 Department of Cardiology Groningen N/A 9713
Navin Suthahar n.suthahar@umcg.nl University Medical Center Groningen biomarkers, cardiovascular disease (CVD), cardiovascular disease epidemiology, cardiovascular disease prediction, cardiovascular disease risk factors, Cardiovascular Prevention, cardiovascular risk factors, cardiovascular risk prediction, Diabetes Mellitus, galectin-3, heart failure, High sensitivity troponin, Natriuretic peptides, obesity N/A

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